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Difference between 'Reverend' and 'Reverent'


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Reverend
Reverend means 'worthy of reverence'.

Reverent
Reverent means 'expressing reverence'.


Sample Usage

Reverend
1.The old reverend gentleman stood up and the people at once stopped their murmurs.

Reverent
1.His attitude was quite reverent towards me.
2.A reverent silence followed the professor's lecture.


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